Back in the suite, Alex puts his arm around Chris and says, "This is the Net Worth team, just so you guys can..." At being cuddled by Alex, Chris grins like a nutbar, which he basically is. Kendra now interviews that this was the point where she realized that this was the final six. Can't take anything away from girlfriend's ability with the counting, that's for sure. They don't actually show her looking around the room going, "Ooooone...twoooooo...," but I'm totally sure it happened. She says she surveyed the situation at this "pivotal moment," and realized that this was the time to "step it up." I'm not sure looking around and seeing Craig, Chris, Alex, Tana, and Bren sharing the room with you would make me feel like I really had to excel in order to succeed, but then, I'm not Kendra. You know what else? They don't show any cooking this season. By this point last season, it seemed like they were always cooking. You know, Doritos from scratch and stuff. When do they eat? ["I think we saw Michael eating at one point, to emphasize the fact that he wasn't doing anything useful, but it does seem like there's a lot less making of chicken-breast-related dishes than in past seasons." -- Sars]
The next morning, Tana is wearing a wrinkly sweater (faux pas!) as she answers the Rhonaphone. Rhona tells her that Trump is meeting with some GM executives, and he will meet the candidates in front of the New York Stock Exchange at 8:30. Tana takes it down. Then, we are on Wall Street, and Trump is holding the Kiss-Up Meeting with the people of Pontiac. Pontiac, you will be shocked to hear, is doing really well. Really well! Trump, however, is thinking of himself as usual, and makes some comment about how he bought the building they're in for a million dollars, and now it's worth $400 million. And he only spent $500 million on renovations! Okay, he doesn't say that. Outside on the sidewalk, Trump, the Viceroys, and the Pontiexecutives meet up with the candidates. Trump reminds Net Worth that it is "a mess, a total mess." In case it forgot. Because it is down four people to two, he's going to ask Net Worth to pick someone from Magna to kidnap. After a brief confab, Alex and Chris select Bren. It's not surprising. Craig's personality doesn't seem to be going over great, and those two guys certainly aren't taking a woman. Trump first throws some love at the New York Stock Exchange, and then says that he has three Pontiexecutives with him, and reminds them that Pontiac is part of GM, and GM is worth $25 billion. "Which, by the way, is only $19 billion more than me." He crows a little, all har-har, about how that actually reflects well on him, and the candidates laugh obligingly even though it's not funny, because that's the kind of people they are.